Position Type: Contract

Title: Commissioning Manager

Location:  Rhode Island

Pay Range: Open – Negotiable

 

 

 

Job Description:

 

 

The Commissioning Manager must have a broad knowledge of vessel machinery/equipment, engineering systems and outfitting.

This individual must have a broad knowledge of electrical circuits, must be able to troubleshoot machinery/systems, maintain and repair electrical circuits, be computer savvy, and be able to read and understand schematics and technical equipment information.

The Commissioning Manager must have vessel commissioning experience and an understanding of Classification Society/U.S. Coast Guard rules and documents and an overall understanding of the inspection process.

He/she must comply with all safety procedures and guidelines and comply with all company issued policies, procedures, rules and regulations.

He/she must also have excellent work ethic including excellent attendance, punctuality, and the desire to complete designated work in a timely fashion.

 

 

Education/Experience/Responsibilities:

 

 

Must have at least 5 years’ experience in building and commissioning of vessels including machinery systems and electrical circuitry.

Must have knowledge and ability to work with 480/3 phase and 220 volts.

Must have a good knowledge of material flow and kitting process as applicable.

Ability to read and understand blueprints and assembly drawings.

Must possess knowledge and experience in managing subcontractors.

Ability to follow shop schedules and plan work accordingly.

Identify and report conditions which could delay scheduled completion dates and budget overrun and propose solutions to such situations.

Ability to manage and motivate trades people (direct reports).

Must possess good organizational skills and ability to accomplish the required assignments within the designated time frames.

Must possess a willingness to learn new techniques.

Must be detail oriented and have excellent follow-up skills.

Must be able to maintain a clean work environment.

Must be physically able to work in all areas of the shipyard.

Must be an excellent communicator, both written and oral, and have the ability to identify and report any and all problems and discrepancies to your direct manager and request assistance if necessary.

Must be able to meet the work schedule.

Ability to maintain shipyard documents and specs.

Ability to ensure the project is manned properly.

Ability to prepare monthly progress reports to all forms of management.

Must have an overall understanding of all of the vessel’s equipment.

Lead dock and sea trials including creating all vessel specific procedures.

 

 

Physical Demands:

 

 

The employee must have correctable vision to 20/40, however contact lenses are not permitted in certain production area positions.

The employee must pass the Ishihara test for color blindness and have the ability to read and understand safety symbols and colors, (i.e. red, yellow, green, etc.).

The employee must pass a pulmonary function exam for positions requiring respiratory protection.

The employee must be able to stand, sit, walk, squat, kneel, stoop, or climb stairs or a ladder.

The employee must not be claustrophobic and may be required to work in confined spaces.

 

 

Work Demands:

 

 

The employee is required to wear personal protective equipment (PPE) including but not limited to respirator, hardhat, face shield, safety goggles, safety shoes (steel toe), safety harness, gloves or other protective clothing as determined by a Marine Job Hazard Analysis.

The employee must report all accidents or injuries to their supervisor and the Environmental Safety and Health Department.

The employee must report to their supervisor any and all damages to equipment or broken and misused tools.

The employee may be working in several different areas and environments; this includes work inside and outside of buildings or structures.

 

 

To apply for this job email your details to applications@stromworldwide.com